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7 ORACLE 

Randolph Jr./Sr. High School 
Randolph, Massachusetts 02368 



The 1997 Oracle 



Table of Contents 




Making Changes 

Administrative Leaders 

Dedicated to Teaching 

Changing Views 

Senior World 

Super Changers 

Junior Prom 

Homecoming 

Freaky Transformations 

Seasons Change 

Making Strides 

Afterschool 

Sports World 

Looking Past the Change 



Editor's Note 
Sometimes we ran; sometimes we strolled; and sometimes we seemed to sleepwalk. 
No matter how we approached this destination, the importance is that we arrived 
with friends, experiences, knowledge and memories. However, as we cross the finish 
line, we face a new race filled with new obstacles. Whether we pursue these 
challenges or allow them to pursue us, we know that accomplishment is entirely 
within our reach. As the innovators of tomorrow, we have the potential and power to 
use our thoughts and ideas to better the future. Let us convert our hopes for success 
into reality! 

Amanda P. Wong 



Editorial Staff 

Editor in Chief: Amanda P. Wong 

Assistant Editor: Kevin Truong 

Literary and Production Editor: Maybelle Woo 

Assistant Production Editor: Samir Zaiter 

Sports Editor: Kate Sullivan 

Business Manager; Photographer: Allison Rosa 

Advisor: Mrs. Elaine Villazon-Chui 








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T.J. Burrell and Shain Binns 








lames Mellon, Scott Brenner, John Aufiero, Mike Steinhardt, Chris Slapak, and Dave Schillberg 





Mr. Mulllaney guides Corinna Russell, Kate Sullivan, lessica Lampert, 
Cynthia Field, at a college fair. 



Huddling for Class Spirit! 

Back: Kyla Perfetuo, Paula Mazzeo, Rachel Cohen Lindsey Meglio, 

Jenn Capasso, Tricia Dobbins, Nicole Gregoire 

Front: Kristin Capasso, Lori Packard, Kristen Mulligan 






"The Knights of the Round Table, well, sort of ?!!" 




Matt Brown, Thang Le, and Brian Dailey 





Brian McCarthy, Sean Sweeney, and Richard Orpen. 



Rashaad Graham, Kamar Calixte, Samir Zaiter, and Patrick Fruzzetti 




Raymond, Amy, Inacia, Seth, Nancy, Tintra, Erin, and Angela 





Seniors rule! 



Tommy Lok and Rashaad Graham 




Catherine Campbell, Marisa Wolf, William Kingham, 
Leonel Gonzales, Stephen Ferrar, and Jonathan Drotta 



or just smiling? 





Robert Callahan and Brian Cetrone 



Tammv Alexis and Tintra Monteiro 





North; South; East; West: Which Direction? 



Gene Au 






Mike Rose and Angela Hunter 



Pierrot Massenat 



Sean Spellman 




Maria hna and I li/abcth Gonsalves 




ason Creenstein 



Facing Reality 





Curtis Luke 



Sandra Freitas 




L-R: Marc Trelles, Andrew Topham, Justin Frady, Michael Kutchmanich, 
Ahmed Ahmed, Anthony Kutchmanich, and Brian Dailey 






Shaun O'Brien 




Rashaad Graham 




Scott Perry 



Nicole Cregoire 



Andre Clarke 




PRESENTING THE 



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Brian Leslie, Kate Sullivan, Kamar Calixte, 
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Kristin Wehle 



Blenda Wong and Shana Kentish 





Renee Ciardi and Anthony Kutchmanich 



Nancy Lamothe and Cindy Woo 



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Chirag Desai and Maulik Desai 





Sandra Pacheco, Justin Frady, and Lindsey Meglio 



Alison Nuccio, Manetta Rogers, Prisca DesRose, and Mr. Clark 





Inacia Rodrigues 



Genius at 
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Kenny Lu and Ms. Sung 



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Kamar Calixte..."Are you talkin' to me?" 





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Mike, a picture book? 



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Revolutionary!!! 





Allison Rosa, Cindy Woo, and Danielle Gately 



Hey, I think it's moving. 






'May I borrow your protractor?" 



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"The Untouchables" . . . Mike Kutch and Pat Fruzzetti 



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Hey, looking good! 



Karen and Sandra 



"What are you looking at?' 





I love this game!!! 



What shampoo did you use today 



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know what? This milk tastes kind of funky.' 




Smile!!! 





Surprise Abby! 



Wehle and Lampert: there they go again. 





Mike Rose 




Jarrod and Nick 




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Yeah, I know. 



Are those Calvin Klein glasses? 




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RANDOLPH PUBLIC SCHOOLS 



Mr. James E. Watson 
Headmaster 




Mr. Gerard Linehan 
Housemaster 9-12 



ARTHUR J. MELIA 

SUPERINTENDENT 

(617) 961-6205 

SUSAN G. TAYLOR Ed.D. 

ASSISTANT SUPERINTENDENT 

(617) 961-6203 




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RANDOLPH JR/SR HIGH SCHOOL 

JAMES E. WATSON 
HEADMASTER 

ROBERT A. JOHNSON 
HOUSEMASTER FOR BUSINESS & OPERATIONS 

JOHN P. GIUGGIO GERARD J. LINEHAN 
HOUSEMASTER HOUSEMASTER 

GRADES 7-8 GRADES 9-12 



May 1997 



Dear Class of 1997 : 



Congratulations on your high school graduation! 

We have tried to equip you with the best. I hope that you 
leave here knowing that at all times we were trying to provide 
you with the best educational experience possible. We hope that 
you have had an enjoyable and productive high school career. 

On behalf of all of the administrators, faculty and staff. I 
congratulate you. Keep in mind that success will not be 
instantaneous. I hope that you will always be learning and 
growing throughout your adult life. Continued success!!! 



Sincerel y 




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James E. Watson 
Headmaster 



Dear Class of 1997: 

Six years, one-third of your life has been spent at Randolph 
Junior/Senior High School. You are the first class to have 
completed the Junior/Senior High School experience. You began 
with trepidation, immaturity and perhaps even a little bit of 
fear. You finish confident and sophisticated. The Class of 1997 
is an exceptional group of young men and women. 

Congratulations to you and your families on your graduation from 
Randolph Junior/Senior High School. Your experience of the past 
six years has given you a solid educational foundation to meet 
the challenges of the next phase of your lives. 

On behalf of the Randolph Junior/Senior High School faculty and 
administration I would like to thank all of you for your 
leadership and contributions to our school. 

I wish you success in your careers and much happiness in your 
personal life. Hopefully you will continue to strive for 
excellence, provide leadership, and use your talents to help 
others. You will always be remembered as the first class of 
Randolph Junior/ Senior High School. 



Sincerely 




Gerard /. Linehan 
Housemaster 



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Administrative Leaders 




Mr. Robert Johnson 

Housemaster 

tor Business & Operations 



Mr. Arthur J. Melia 
Superintendent 





Mr. John P. Giuggio 
Housemaster 7-8 



Mr. Michael Walsh 
Asst. to the Headmasters 




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into the Future 




Dr. Sue Taylor 
Asst. Superintendent 



The Randolph School Committee: Mr. Ron DiGuillio, Mr. Robert Gass, Mr. Brian Howard, Mrs. Barbara 
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Dedicated To Teaching 




Mr. Leo Adle\ 
Junior High Math 




Mrs. Yook Ling Albrecht 
Bilingual 



Mrs. Loretta Baldwin 
English 



Mrs. Mary Barbarisi 
Career Development 




Mr. David Berry 
Music 




Mr Thomas Brennan 
Science 




Ms. Sharon Bright 
Guidance 



Ms. Karen Brodeur 
Director of Humanities 



Mr. Arthur Bumpus 
Science 




Mrs. Teri Ann Bumpus 
Pre Voc Support 




Ms. Diane Burke 
Physical Education 




Ms. Sheila Burke 
Guidance Counselor 



Ms. Mary Campbell 
Reading 



Mr. Doice Carrington 
Social Studies 




Ms. Ruth Casavant 
Resource Room 



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Mrs. Mary Catto 
Resource Room 




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Mrs. Kathleen Chase 
Health Education 



Mr. Chris Christopher 
Math 



Mr. )ohn Chuckran 
Wood Shop 



Mrs. Elaine Chui 
English & Dept. Chair 




Mr. Robert Clark 

Sf icrif e 




Mr. Richard Cohn 
Resource Room 



Mr. Robert Cournoyer 
Sc hool Psychologist 



Mr. David Cronin 
Social Studies 




Ms. Jennifer Czarnowski 
Junior High Spanish 



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Ms. LynneMarie Dandeneau 
Music 




Ms. Carol Davenport 
Junior High Science 



Mr. Christopher Deady 
Graphic Arts 



Mr. John Doherty 
Junior High Science 




Ms. Annette Dimasio 
Math, Math & Tech Chair 




Mr. John Donovan 
Guidance 




Ms. Victoria Duffy 
Junior High Social Studies 



Mr. Thomas Edwards 
Computer Instructor 



Ms. Sharon Ellis 
Earth Science 




Mr. William Estes 
Science 




Mr. Laurence Fallon 
Guidance 




Mr. Michael Farrar 
Juinor High English 



Ms. Alida Finney 
Aide 



Ms. Judith Foley 
World Language French 




Ms. Patricia Fredericksen 
Nurse 




Mr. Alfred Galante 
Math Science & Tech 




Mr. Michael Good 
Math 



Mr. William Gould 
Athletic Director 



Mr. Ed Grilli 
Advance 




Mrs. Ellen Hahn 
Math 



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Mrs. Lynne Harding 
Social Studies 




Ms. Katherine Harrison 
Nurse 



Mr. Thomas Hedrick 
Music 



Ms. Mary Ann Hill 
Library Media 




Ms. Kimberly Hudson 
Spanish 



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Mr. John Hurle\ 
Word Processing 




Ms. War\ Helen Immordino 
Science 



Ms. Lisa Jendrvsik 
Junior High English 



Mr. Philip Kachinsky 
Social Studies 




Mr. Paul Kaplan 
Social Studies 




Mr. Thomas Keete 
Resource Room 




Ms. Kathr\n Kiley 
Health Education 



Ms. Paula Klusas-Kinj 
Spanish 



Mr. Paul King 
Biologv 




Ms. Phyllis Knudson 
Science/Math 




Mrs. CaroKn Kri\elovv 
Instructional Aide 




Mrs. Helen Lam 
Bilingual Support Specialist 



Mr. Larry Larson 
Junior High Math 



Mr. Henry Law lor 
Junior High Math 




Mr. Andrew Le\erone 
Math 




Mr. Scott Little 
Math 




Ms. Annmarie Malone 
S.S./English 





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Mr. Edward Mashrick 
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Mr. Joseph McCann 
Drafting 



Ms. McFadden Sandra 
JSHS ESL Support 




Dennis M< i 

Junior High Geography 




Ms. Sheila Mirow 
Sue i.il Studies 



Ms. Miriam Modnc.imm 
Spanish 



Mr. Arthur Mullaney 
Director of Guidance 




Ms. Diane Murphy 
Library/Media Aide 



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Mr. Donald Nelson 
English 




Mr. Kevin O'Brien 
Physiology/Biology 



Mr. William O'Brien 
Science 



Mr. Robert Pillarella 
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Mr. Robert Pirrera 
English 




Mr. Garrett Powell 
Math 




Mr. Robert Primmer 
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Mr. Brendan Riordon 
Adjustment Counselor 




Ms. Linda Rosenfield 
Special Services 




Ms. Diane Samia 
Coordinator Child 




Mr. Sarney Donald 
English/Communications 




Ms. Marilyn Slattery 
Spanish 




Mr. Daniel Schvvemin 
Junior High Math 




Mr. Frank Shedlock 
Physical Education 



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Dr. William Salttery 
Jr. High Social Studies & Chair 



Ms. Leslie Solomon 
Instructional Aide 



Mr. Jeffrey Shindel 
Special Needs 




Ms. Bernadette Spano 
Geography 




Ms. Ann Skelly 

French & 

World Language Chair 




Ms. Chervl Steward 
Life Skills 




Ms. Arlene Sugarman 
Special Education 




Mr. Richard Sullivan 
Social Studies 



Ms. Anita Sung 
Chinese Bilingual 



Mr. Richard Sweeney 
Health Supervisor 




Ms. Jennifer Tantillo 
English 



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Mr. Edward Todd 
Chemistr\ 




Ms. Lorraine Tower 
Spanish 



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Mr. John Tuite 
Math 




Mr. Thomas Turner 
Math 



Mr. Stephen Vaillencourt 
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Mr. Anthony Vellante 
English 




Ms. Barbara Webber 
Art 




Mr. Robert Visser 
Work Experience 



Mr. James Wheeler 
Resource Room 



Secretaries 



Ms. Lorraine Wachsman 
Junior High English 




Ms. Dianne Yearwood 
Social Worker 



Ms. Josephine Barra 
Headmaster's Secretary 





Mr. David Wahlgren 
Guidance Counselor 



Ms. Patricia Ward 
English 



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ance and good advice. The 
Class of 1997 will miss you. 







Ms. Jayne Daly 
Humanities Office 



Ms. Tami Heywood 
Guidance Secretary 





Ms. Emily Lennon 
Housemaster's Office 



Ms. Marguerite Nelson 
Guidance Secretary 



Ms. Trish O'Meara 
Headmaster's Office 



Ms. Kathleen Rakoski 
Attendance Secretary 



Ms. Alta Salmeri 
Secretary Food Services 



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Security 





Mr. Joseph Dodero 



Ms. Barbara Foster 



Ms. Jane Pasquantonio 




Cafeteria Staff 




Mr. Joe Previti 





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Hey good looking! 




"Tank Top" Ray. 





Tutor and tutee, hard at work. 







Irving Fnar's bodyguards. 





Play that funky music, Scott. 




Superstar, Michael Lau, pleasing the fans. 




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Marisa Wolf and )ustin Frady 





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Seniors Rule!! 






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Hear ye! Hear ye! 




Vivienne Carter. 



Aliens St. Louis and Pierrot Massenat. 



Corinna Russell and Mr. Nelson. 



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Vmg and Learning 





Derick Tavlor 



Ayleecia Latham, Prisca Desrose, Heidi Morse, and Julia Hunter 





"Are you sure that is the answer?' 



Diego Montenegro 





W here's Waldo? 





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"No pictures please!' 




Tintra Monteiro 




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A look at the lunchroom. 





Damien Stuart 



Mr. Brennen and Chris Slapak 



"We love to fly and it shows." 



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Watfh out, Bill Gates! 



Shake well, 
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Ralph Abelard 

1 Bossi Avenue 

Film Director/Producer 

Clockers 

Football 9, 10, 11, 12 

Wrestling 9 



John Auficro 





Ahmed F. Ahmed 

5 Gloria Road 

To have a healthy family 

Survival of the Fit (Only the 

Strong Survive) 
Wrestling 9,10,1 1,12 Capt. 
Football 9,10,11,12 
Baseball 9 



Angela ). Alessi 

8 Marion Street 
Cherry Bring Da Bomb 




Jackie Andrews 

90 Allen Street 
To be successful 
Softball 9, 10, 11, 12 
Swimming 9, 10 



Felicia O. Aduayi 

30 Chestnut West 

Pharmacist 

The Things You Do 

African-American Club 10, 

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Chorus 12 



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Carisa Babaian 

.18 Drinkwater Avenue 
Early Childhood Educator 
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ohanne Bazile 

18 Reed Street, Apt. 18 
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Stephanie L Beagle 

1 Rae Circle 

To be successful 

Always 

Cheerleading 10, 1 1 Capt. (JV 
Football), 1 2 Capt. (Varsity 
Basketball and Hockey) 

Powder Puff 11,12 



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Myriam Belizaire 

2 Maple Glenn Court 
Physician's Assistant 
Days of Our Livez 



Sandra Belizaire 



cott J. Brenner 

71 Pond Lane 

To be successful 

No Idea 

Jazz Band 10, 11, 12 

Show Choir 9, 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2 Sect. 

Leader 
Concert Band 10 Sec, 11,12 

V.P. 
Chorus 9, 10, 11 Man., 12 
Marching Band 9, 10. 11. 12 
Student Alliance 9, 10, 11, 12 
Percussion Ensemble 10, 12 
ACappella 10, 11 
)azz Combo 12 
Peer Leadership 1 2 




Jeremy B. Bernstein 

22 Katy Circle 

Engineer 

Wish You Were Here 

Soccer 10 



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kamar Calixte 

82 V\ est Street 
Engineer 
Football 11, 12 
Spnng Track 10. 11. 12 
Winter Track 11. 12 





Gilbert Casimir 



Robert W. Callahan 

1 1 Hills Street 
Environmentalist 
Sympathy for the Devil 
Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12Capt. 
Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12 
Student Council 10 



Catherine L. Campbe 



5 Restarik Avenue 
Doctor 

Jazz Band 9, 10, 11, 12 
Show Choir 1 2 
Madrigal Chorus 10, 11 
ACapella 12 
Marching Band 9 
Band 9, 10.. 11. 12 
Chorus 9, 10, 11, 12 



58 Tiffany Drive 

Business 

American Pie 

Gymnastics 10, 11, 12 Capt. 

Student Council 9, 10, 11, 12 

Class Secretary 10. 11. 12 

National Honor Society 10, 11, 

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Spring Track 11,12 . 
Powder Putt 11,12 
Homecoming Float 9, 10, 11, 

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Oracle Staff 1 2 



Kristin L Capasso 

58 Tiffany Drive 

To be happy and live life to the 

fullest 
lust Once 
Gymnastics 9, 10, 1 1 Capt., 12 

Capt. 
Cheerleading 10, 11, 12 
Peer Leadership 11,12 
Student Council Rep 9. 10. 

12 Executive Board 



Vivienne M. Carter 

31 Belcher Street 

To be in a rock band 

5 To 1 

Concert Band 9. 10 Treasurer, 

11 Librarian. 12 
Show Choir 9, 10, 11, 12 
Jazz Band 9. 10, 11, 12 
Marching Band 9, 10. 11, 12 



National Honor Society 10, 11, 

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Powder Puff 11,12 



Wching Band 9, 10, 11, 
Asst. Student Leader 
Student Alliance 10 






Cynthia Castillo 

. 9 Clairmont Road 
Medical Secretary 
Soon as I Get Home 






Irian Cetrone 




15 Emily Jeffers Road 
Business Person 
Dreaming of You 
Amnesty International 11, 
International Club 9, 10, 
Oracle Staff 12 
Nurse Aide 12 
Library Aide 1 2 





Daisy Chan 

1401 Irving Road 

Executive Chef 

Lady in Red 

Amnesty International 11, 12 

Oracle Staff 12 

S.A.D.D. 12 

Robotics Club 11, 12 

International Club 9, 10, 11 



Cheung-Kei (Eric) Chan 

8 Canton Street 

Pharmacist 

Sweat 

International Club 9, 10, 1 1, 12 



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39 Ward Street 

To be successful 

/V/ghf Moves 

Football 9, 10, 11, 12 

Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12 

Track 1 1 

Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12 Capt. 



Jerry Chan 

9 Fred Dolan Circle 
One More Try 
Wrestling 9 

International Club 9, 10, 
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Renee A. Ciardi 

14 Clark Street 
To be successful 
Lady in Red 
Softball 9, 10, 11, 
Basketball 9 
Powder Puff 11,12 
Homecoming Float 9,1 ( 




48 Highland Avenue 
Electrical Engineer 
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Swimming 9, 10. 11. 12 


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Peer Leader 11.12 




Oracle Staff 12 












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Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12 Capt. 


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Concert Band 9, 10, 11, 12 




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Marching/Pep Band 9, 10, 11, 




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Theatre Guild 9, 10, 11, 12 




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1 2 Pearl Street 
Electronics Engineer 
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19 Dyer Avenue 
Maritime Services 
November Rain 
Football 9, 10, 11, 12 
Golf 9, 10, 11 Capt., 12 Capt. 
Peer Leader 11,12 





Erin D. Concannon 

23 Pauline Street 
District Attorney 
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Spring Track 9, 10 
Winter Track 9, 10, 11, 12 
Powder Puff 1 1 
A.R.T. 9, 10, 11 



Chirag R. Desai 

102 Bittersweet Lane 
Engineer 
Scat man Ion 
. Tennis 10, 11, 12 
Newspaper Club 11,12 Layout 

and Editing Advisor 
Amnesty International 1 1,12 
Debate Club I I, 12 
Tutor 10, 12 



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Maulik Desai 

69 Grove Street 
Physical Therapist 
Wish You Were Here 
Amnesty International 11,12 
Debate Club 11, 12 
Newspaper Club 11,12 Asst. 

Ed. 
Tutor 9, 10 





Prisca N. Desrose 

1 7 Adams Drive 

Never Conna Let You Go 

Band 9 

Chorus 10, 11, 12 

Student Alliance 10 



Tricia A. Dobbins 

7 Milton Terrace 
To be happy and successful 
Hold On To the Nights 
Cheerleading 9, 10, 11, 12 

Capt. 
Student Council 10, 11, 12 Rec. 

Sec. 
Track 11, 12 
Powder Putt 11,12 



Lindsey A. Dowling 

30 Bartlett Road 

To make a difference in this 

world 
Hero 

Freshman Softball 9 
Freshman Track 9 
My Turn 11 



James ). Fallon 

30 Fitzgerald Street 
Computer Engineer 
The Hobbit 

Basketball 9. 10, 11, 12 
Soccer 9, 10, 11 Capt. 



Stephen A. Ferrara 

1305 Irving Road 
Computer Science 
Stairway to Heaven 
Computer Club 10, 11, 12 
Spring Track 12 



iandra M. Fidalgo 

2 Lori Lane 

Travel business owner 

Who Do You Love 








Cynthia J. Field 

40 L'Heureux Circle 
Corporate Attorney 
Somebody's Cryin 
Student Council 9, 10, 11, 12 

Exec. Treas. 
Peer Leadership 11, 12 
A.R.T. 9, 10, 11 
Track and Field 9, 10, 11, 12 
Student School Committee 10, 

11 
Greater Boston Student 

Advisory Council 11, 12 



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Katherine ). Figiel 

c < BlakeK Circle 

Senator 

Student Council 12 

National Honor Society 11. 12 

Pn 
lazz Band 11.12 
Powder Puff 11.12 





Caanan Foth 

Chiropractor 
Wrestling 9, 10, 11 



Justin P. Frady 

185 Mill Street 
To be successful 
Fed Up 

Football 9. 10. 11. 12 
Track 11.12 
International Club 12 



Sandra Freitas 




Patrick R. Fruzzetti 

243 Highland Avenue 

To own NBC 

Yesterday 

Class President 12 

Class V.P9, 10. 11 

Student Council 9. 10. 11, 12 

Cross Country 11,12 Capt. 

Spring Track 9, 10, 11, 

12 Capt. 
Winter Track 9, 10, 11, 

12 Capt. 
National Honor Society 10, 11. 

12 
Peer Leadership II, 12 




Danielle M. Cately 

455 N 

fo be happy 
Swimming 9, 10, 11. 12 
11. 12 
r,.fk 11, 12 
: '). If) 

■I Honor 9, 10 

12 ^ 
- Puff 12 ** 



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10 Blaklev Circle 

To be the best man in Autobody 

fie Down 

Soccer 10 



.eonel V. Gonzalez 

Businessman 
Bible 





ason A. Herrera 

75 Webster Street 
Cartoon Animator 
jimmy Crack Corn and I Don't 
Care 



6 Sandra Circle 
To be wealthy 
Glycerine 
Newspaper 10, 11 
Homeroom Rep. 10, 11 



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Rashaad j. Graham 




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41 Fitch Terrace 
Roxanne 

Football 9. 10, 11, 12 
Winter Track 10, 11, 12 
Spring Track 10, 11, 12 
Chorus 10, 11, 12 
International Club 12 
Oracle Staff 1 2 


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Nicole M. Gregoire 




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45 Orchard Street 
Elementary School Teachi 
Open Arms 

Student Council 11,12 
Powder Puff 1 1 
Homecoming Float 9, 10, 
12 


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11. 








Naveed Gull 

32 Rachel Road 

Computer Science 

Koran 

National Honor Society 9, 10, 

11, 12 
Newspaper Club 10 
International Club 10. 11. 12 
Oracle Staff 12 



David E. Harris 

33 Woodland Parkway 
Communications 
Forever My Lady 
Football 9. 10, 11, 12 
Winter Track 9, 10, 11, 
Spring Track 9. 10, 12 
International Club 12 





88 Pond Lane 

Dentist 

Headz Ain't Ready 



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Nicole Holbrook 

399 West Street 
Pediatric Nurse 
Lau 




Robert Hughes 



Alfa S. Joseph 

32 Imrie Street 

To be successful 

Anytime You Need a Friend 

National Honor Society 10, 11, 

12 
S.A.D.D. 10, 11, 12 
Oracle Staff 12 
Tutor 10 
Peer Leader 1 




William R. Kingham 

47 Emi-luK- Strfft 

nputf-r Programmer 



Angela T. Hunter 

315 Chestnut Street 
Musical Therapist 
Red Light Special 
Gymnastics 9, 10, 11, 12 
Chorus 11 Asst. Man., 12 Man 
Powder Puff 11, 12 
Cheerleader 10 
Homeroom Rep. 1 1 




Seth A. Kaplan 

197 Oak Street 

Computer System Administrator 

Seven 

Spring Track 1 2 



Tanya M. Holland 

69 Emeline Street 

To work for a successful 

advertising firm 
Wind Beneath Mv Wings 
Softball 9, 10, 11, 12 
Cheerleading 10. IT, 12 
Basketball 9 
Powder Puff 11,12 
Economics 12 Pres. 
Homecoming float 9, 10, 

12 
Oracle Staff 1 2 








Jennifer E. Rung 

31 Knights Crescent 

To be a very happy person 

/ Wanna Co Back 

Swim Team 9, 10, 11, 12 

Student Council 9, 10, 1 I, 

Corr. Sec. 
Student School Committee 

1 I, 12 
Basketball Cheerleading 10 

12 
Hockey Cheerleading 12 
Spring Track 9, 10 
Theatre Guild 12 
Gymnastics 9 



12 
10, 
11, 



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Anthony C. Kutchmanich 

1 1 Turning Mill Lane 
Football 9, 10, 11, 12 
Wrestling 10, 11, 12 
Baseball 9 




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Kent W. Urn 

5 Stacy Street 

To own a country 

Ice Ice Baby 

National Honor Societv 10, 11, 

12 
Tennis 9, 10, 11, 12 Capt. 
Newspaper Club 10, 1 1, 12 

Layout and Ed. Advisor 
Amnesty International 10, 11, 

12 
Debate Club 11, 12 
International Club 9, 10, 1 1, 12 
S.A.D.D. 11, 12 
Student Alliance 11,12 
Tutor 1 1 




Michael Kutchmanich 

1 1 Turning Mill Lane 
Football 10, 11, 12 
Track 1 1 
Wrestling 1 2 
Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12 



Nancy B. Lamothe 

8 Niles Road 

Thespian 

Alice in Wonderland; Through 

the Looking Class 
Theatre Guild 9, 10, 11 Man., 

1 2 Man. 
Concert Band 9, 1 0, 1 1 V.P., 1 2 
Jazz Band 10, 11, 12 
Marching Band 10, 11 
Select Chorus 9, 10, 11, 12 
Madrigals 11, 12 
Show Choir 1 1 Stage Man. 
Peer Leader 1 2 
Homeroom Rep. 1 1 




Michael C. Lau 

Pharmacist 

International Club 9, 10, 11, 

12 Officer 
Track 9 



Jessica B. Lampert 

8 Curran Terrace 
To be successful 
Powder Puff 11,12 
Swim Team 9, 10, 11 
Softball 9, 10 

National Honor Society 10, 11, 
12 



Ayleecia Latham 




9 Elgin Court 

Realtor 

This Is Your Night 



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Brian Leslie 

30 Birchwood Road 
To be happv 
Football 9, 10, 11. 12 
Baseball 9. 10, 11, 12 





larrod J. Marathas 
Wen- Hsiang (Kenny) Lu 

5 Alfred Terrace 
International Club 9, 10, 11, 12 Little Indian Two Feet and His 

Horse 



Vanessa Maxwell 



Nicholas A. Mazares 

29 Lantern Lane 

Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts 

Club Band 
Football 10, 11, 12 
Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12 



Paula A. Mazzeo 
,lk Road 

tdly 

tball 9, 10, 11, 12 

10, 11 Capt., 

Puff 11,12 
>uncil 9, 10, 11, 
12 V,P. 

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Nicole E. Lever 

7 Sampson Drive 
Physical Therapist 
Lady 

Peer Leader 11,12 
Powder Puff 11, 12 
Basketball 9, 10 
Softball 9, 10 
Tutor 9 










17 Tucker Terrace 

One 

Baseball 10, 11 



Garland (Laiotis) McLaughlin 





Kristen L. Mulligan 

3 Howe Circle 

To always find a reason to smile 

Open Arms 

Cheerleading 9, 10, 11, 12 

Capt. 
Student Council 1 1 
Powder Puff 11, 12 



Andrea M. Morris 

44 Connolly Street 

Hotel Evaluator 

Pony 

Cheerleader 12 

Track 1 2 

Student Alliance 1 2 

Powder Puff 1 2 

Amnesty International 12 

Oracle Staff 1 2 

Chorus 12 

Peer Leader 1 2 



Heidi-Lyn Morse 

1 1 Dyer Avenue 
To be successful and healthy 
Softball 10, 11, 12 Capt. 
Winter Track 9, 10, 11, 12 
Spring Track 9 
Cheerleading 9, 10 Capt. (TV 

Football), 11, 12 
Powder Puff 11,12 





Kadian Mullins 



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Amanda B. Munroe 

6 Young Terrace 
Lav. 

Basketball 1 2 
Track and Field 1 1 




Thu Ngo 

30 Reed Street 

Pharmacist 

The Gift 

S.A.D.D. 12 

Amnesty International 12 

International Club 11.12 



Alison M. Nuccio 

7 Bossie Avenue 
Culinary Arts 
Powder Puff 11.12 
Peer Leader 1 2 



Lorenzo Nwokocha 





Richard Orpen, Jr. 

1 4 Pond Street 

Writer 

/ Want To Know What Love Is 

Soccer 9, 10, 11. 12 Capt. 

Spring Track 12 

Basketball 12 



Lori A. Packard 




Sandra M. Pacheco 

43 Kimberly Lane 
Murse 

Powder Puff 1 1 
Homeroom Rep. 10, 11, 12 



4 Ryan Street 

To meet all life's obstacles 

with a smile 
Faithiullv 

'<. 10, 11 
,pt 
12 
PRr Leadership 10, 11, 12 
Mudent Council?, 10, 11 Se 
12 Sec. 

ml Honor So( iety 10. 1 




27 Dorr Street 
To be successful 
A/ways Be My Baby 
Softball 10. 12 
Cheerleading 10 
Homeroom Rep. 10 
Powder Puff 11,12 
Basketball 9 



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Michelle C. Partosan 



98 Selvvyn Road 

Physical Therapist 

It's All Coming Back To Me Now 





18 Ledgehill Street 

Doctor 

fbrassitol 

Amnesty International 10, 11, 

1 2 V.P. 
Track and Field 9, 10, 11 
Newspaper Club 9. 10, 11, 12 
Debate Club 11, 12 
Robotics Club 11,12 
Math Team 1 1 



Gimesly Paul 




Kvla R. Perfetuo 

3 Stoughton Street 
To work in a successful 

marketing firm 
In Too Deep 
Cheerleading 9, 10 Capt., 

11, 12 
Class Treasurer 9, 10. 11, 12 
Student Council 9, 10, 11, 12 
National Honor Society 10, 11 

12 
Peer Leader 11,12 
Oracle Staff 12 



Scott R. Perry 

1 9 North Street 
To own a business 
Silent Murder 
Football 10 



laria A. Pina 

8 Sunnyworth Lane 

To own a gym 

Crossroads 

International Club 9, 12 

Amnesty International Club 9 

Powder Puff 1 2 

S.A.D.D. 11, 12 

Student Alliance 11, 12 

Chorus 9 



Niral V. Patel 

34 Country Club Drive 

Doctor 

Too Legit To Quit 

Math Team 11,12 

Theatre Guild 11,12 

Newspaper Club 1 1 

Amnesty International 11,12 





Han Quach 

30 Jane Street 
Unbreak My Heart 
International Club 11,12 



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R\an Roberts 






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Inacia Rodrigues 

27 Lisa Road 
Travel Agent 
Trade War Story 



Russell 



1 Charles Street 

Lawyer 

National Honor Society 10, 11 

V.P., 12 
Amnesty International 9, 10 
Teacher Aide 1 





54 Liberty Street 

To be happy in whatever I do 

/ Am a Rock 

National Honor Society 10, 

11, 12 
Oracle 12 Business. Man., 

Photographer 
S.A.D.D. 12 
Basketball 9, 10, 11 
Softball 9, 10 
Swimming 10 
Cheerleading 9 
Homeroom Rep. 9, 10 
Powder Puff 1 2 
Homecoming Float 9,10,1 1,12 



Dave Schillberg 

$7 Lantern Lane 
Guitar player 
Naked Lunch 
Track 9, 10 




Christopher Slapak 

29 Marie Way 
Engineer 
Beautiful People 



Sean E. Spellman 

9 Targen Street 
English 

Basketball Dries 
Track 9. 10. 11, 12 



Alexandre Toussaint 

4 Fogo Road 
Pediatrician 
Dawn 
Chorus 11. 12 




Kate J. Sullivan 

464 North Street 

Lawyer or Politician 

Unchained Melody 

Spring Track 9. 10, 11 Capt., 12 

Capt. 
Winter Track 9, 10, 1 1 Capt.. 1 2 

Capt. 
Student Council 9. 10. 11 V.P., 

12 Pres. 
Cheerleader i Football! 9, 10. 

11, 12 
Peer Leadership 11, 12 
Powder Puff 11,12 
Oracle 12 Sports Ed. 



Sean C. Sweeney 

30 Stearns Drive 
Race Car Driver 
Soft Parade 



Andrew E. Topham 

20 Cedar Circle 
To be successful 
Football 9. 10. 12 
Wrestling 9, 10, 1 1, 12 Capt 



Michael L. Steinhardt 

50 Woodlaw n Street 

Senator 

Life Is a Highway 

Tennis 9, 10, 11. 12 Capt. 

Harvard Model Congress 1 2 





Marc Trelles 

363 Chestnut West 
To own a business 
Liquid Swords 
Football 10. 11. 12 
Soccer 9 



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Kevin H. Truong 

es Road 
To rid the worid of bigotry 
Le Morte d Arthur 
International Club 9 10, 11 
Officer _ er 

_ Treas. 
Harvard Model Congress 10, 

onal Honor Society 10. 11, 
12 
Oracle 1 2 Asst. Ed. 
Soccer 9. 10. 11 
Student Alliance 11.12 

D.D. 11. 12 
Select Chorus 1 2 Sect. Leader 




Carlo Virgile 

55 Sconnell Road 

NBA 

Ready or Sot 



Marisa E. Wolf 
Baylston Stn 

f^Bfte Guild 9, 10. 11. 12 
Powder Putt 12 



Steven G. Waite 

55 Highland Avenue 

To think oi my favorite song 

Football 9, 10, 11, 12 

Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12 Capt. 

Baseball 9 

Student Council 10 



Jeffrey B. Warren 

46 Woodlawn Street 
To be successful 
Aga/n5t the Wind 
Football 9. 10, 11, 12 Capt. 
Baseball 9. 10. 11. 12 
Basketball 9. 10. 11. 12 





Kristin J. Wehle 

331 North Street =4 

Doctor 

Patriot Games 

Swim Team 9, 10, 11, 12 

Theatre Guild 11, 12 

National Honor Society 1 1. 

Student Council 12 

Track 9, 10 

Powder Puff 11,12 



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Ayatollah Whiteman-Best 

8 Pearl Street 

Lawyer 

A Time to Kill 

Football 9 

My Turn 9. 10. 11 

Project Teamwork 9 




Amanda P. Wong 

1273 North Main Street 

Cosmopolitan 

/ Still Believe 

Oracle 12 Ed. -in-chief 

Amnesty International 11. 

Sec. 
International Club 9, 10 
Robotics Club 1 1 
Tutor 1 1 

rse Aide 12 
Teacher Aide 1 2 






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lenda C. Wong 

Biochemist 

Back For Good 
Math Team 9, 10, 11, 12 
Amnesty International 11, 12 
Library Aide 11, 12 
Teacher Aide 1 1 
Robotics Club 11,12 
International Club 9, 10, 11 
Oracle Staff 12 





Hamington Wong 

31 L'Heureux Circle 

Businessman 

Crease Lightning 

Hockey 9, 10 

Tennis 10, 11 

International Club 10, 11, 12 

S.A.D.D. 11 



Wing C. Wong 

14 Hart Circle 
Early Childhood 
Beauty and the Beast 
Internationa! Club 9, 10, 11, 12 
Amnesty International 9, 10 



Cindy G. Woo 

68 Fernandes Circle 
To be successful 
Night and Day 

Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12Capt. 
Softball 9, 10, 11, 12Capt. 
Powder Puff 11,12 
National Honor Society 11,12 
Amnesty International 11, 12 
Tutor 1 1 

Homeroom Rep 11,12 
S.A.D.D. 12 
Oracle Staff 1 2 
Homecoming Float 9, 10, 1 1, 
12 







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Maybelle Woo 

Engineer 

The Count of Monte Cristo 
Math Team 9, 10, 11, 12 
Oracle 12 Lit. and Prod. Ed. 
International Club 9, 10, 11, 12 
Robotics Club 1 1 Officer. 1 2 

Officer 
Amnesty International 11, 12 

Pub. Dir. 



Samir Zaiter 

22 Hills Street 

To own a business 

Instant Karma 

Oracle 12 Asst. Prod. Ed. 

Homecoming Float 9, 10, 11, 

12 
International Club 12 
Amnesty International 1 2 
Student Alliance 1 2 




Every effort was made to include all i 


nembers of the Class 


of 1997. We regret that the following 


students did not submit a picture for 


publication: 






Deanna Andujar Derrick Cillard 


Tommy Lok 


Shaun O'Brien 


Michael Rose 


Tsz-Hin (Gene) Au Frantz Guillaume 


Curtis Luke 


Chrisann O'Connell 


Kyle Rush 


Ulysses Barbosa Robert Harrison 


Cecil Lynch 


Daniel Ostojak 


Aliens Saint Louis 


Jude Boyer Damaris Hernandez 


Marcopolo Marseille 


Raymond Peachy 


Micheal Samaha 


Chantel Brathwaite Jamal )ordon 


Pierrot Massenat 


Richard Perez 


Traci Segal 


Matthew Brown Shana Kentish 


Nigel McGibbon 


Anthony Phinney 


Roni Simchai 


Bruce Charnitsky John Lewis 


Kevin McKay 


Jamikka Pitts 


Derrick Taylor 


Hao-Qing (Johnny) Chen Daniel Lind 


Diego Montenegro 


Joseph Quinerly 


Arthur Thomas 


Mark Gamer Szu-Wei (Lindsay) Lo 


Jack Ng 


Manetta Rogers 


Eleanor Wong 



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amal Jordan 



Tom Lok 



Marco Polo Marseile 



CONGRATULATIONS TO THE CLASS OF 

1997 








lone,we can do so little; 
together we can do so 
much. 



— Helen Keller 



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Kevin, Nancy, Mr. Vellante, Scott, Auclie, and Kristin 



Yep. Huh? What's up? 



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lames Mellon and John Autiero 



Chris Slapak 




Michelle Partosan 




Tom Lok and Ahmed Ahmed 





Laiotus poses with style. 




Sandra Pacheco, Karen Parrell, Renee Ciardi, and Danielle Gately. 



"I think I'm going to throw up. 



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Little Devils 




Danielle Catelv 






Ke\ in Truone 




Maulik Desai 




Renee Ciardi 



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Elly Wong 





Mike Lau 



Heidi Morse, Kate Sullivan, and Brian Dailev 



T 



] ime, which changes people, does not alter the image 
we have retained of them. — Marcel Proust 




Allison Rosa 





Kristin and Jennifer Capasso 





Cindy Woo 



Nicole Lever 



Blenda Wong 



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Samir Zaiw-r 



Marisa Wolf 



Stephanie Beagle 



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Kyla Perfetuo 



Cynthia Field 



More 

Little 

Devils 





Paula Mazzeo 



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Rashaad Graham 


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Nancy Lamothe 



Ellen Cooper 




Alfa Joseph 



Most Ambitious 







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Pat Fruzzetti and Kyla Perfetuo 

Most Dramatic 




Curtis Luke and Nancy LaMothe 

Most Musical 




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Senior 



Most Artistic 



Most Athletic 




Friendliest 




Jeff Warren and Kate Sullivan 



Most Humorous 



Krister) Mulligan and Rashaad Graham 




larrod Marathas and Audie Cornish 






Superlatives 



Most Likely To Most Optimistic 
Win the Nobel 
Peace Prize 





Most 
Outspoken 



Lori Packard and Kevin Truong 

Most School- 
Spirited 



Laurence Luke and Kristin Wehle 



Most Stylish 






Kate Figiel and Bob Callahan 



Most Scholarly 



Samir Zaiter and Angela Hunter 



Most Versatile 



Tricia Dobbins and Hanmington Wong 





Jenn Capasso and Niral Patel 



Kate Sullivan and Pat Fruzzetti 



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SMITH BOOK 
AWARD 



SUFFOLK BOOK 
AWARD 



HARVARD 
BOOK AWARD 





DARTMOUTH 
BOOK AWARD 



Ma\ belle Woo 



Blenda \\ one 




Jen niter Capasso 



\iral Patel 



WILLIAMS 
BOOK AWARD 




Academic 
Awards 



BATES COLLEGE 
BOOK AWARD 



■C\ ta Pen'etuo 







COLLEGE 

IMPRESSIONS 

BOOK AWARD 



Corinna Russell 







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XEROX AWARD 



RENSSELAER 

POLYTECHNICAL 

INSTITIUTE 

AWARD 



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Audie Cornish 





Kate Figiel 



Kristin Wehle 







HONORS 



Valedictorian 




Jennifer Capasso 




Salutatorian 







Blenda Wong 








The Senior Class 

thanks all of its members 
and its Advisors, 

Mrs. Eden Hafat and Mr. Ted Mashrick, 

for their support. 
We ' 11 meet again at the 

Thanksgiving Breakfast 

and the 

REUNIONS! 



A Special Message From Our President — 




Although it was my first year on the job, I noticed for the 
first time in four years, an effort by us as a class to come 
together and have a successful year. Senior year is un- 
doubtedly the most memorable of them all, and it is sad for 
me to say good-bye to all of the years that have passed. We 
have all met very special friends at Randolph High School 
and hopefully, all of those friendships will continue in the 
future. I would like to thank all of you for helping our senior 
year become an exciting year. I would also like to spend 
special thanks to my teachers, advisors, representatives, 
and officers who helped me throughout my office. I hope to 
keep in touch with everyone and I wish all the best luck in 
your future endeavors. Congratulations on a great year! 

— Patrick Fruzzetti, always '97 



Officers fum 




Class Officers play an integral part in running the student 
government. They have done much to improve and en- 
tertain the school and we applaud them for their hard 
work. Thank you. 



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ly, V P : Jill firoflil. Treas 



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African-AmericanClub 




common motive: to m 
RJSHS aware of diversity. 
This year, students made 
strides towards their ob- 
jective of exemplifying 
the black community and 
culture. Randolph JSHS is 
proud of its conscientious 
young adults. 



op Row l-r: G. McLaughlin, R. Troupe, M. Dasse, A. St. Louis, A. Clarke, T. Whitman-Best. Second Row : K. 
any, T. Alexis, S. Bonnev, A. Latham, U. Okereke, Y. Harris, K. Calixte, J. Cibosse. Third Row: P. Derose, 
Monteiro, S. Fidalgo, A. Belize, A. Joseph, P. Massenat. Fourth Row: E. Concalves, A. Hunter, M. 
elizaire, A. Hogu, G. Gitreau. Bottom Row: D. Taylor. M. Pina, A. Cornish, A. Morris. 

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Amnesty International 



Everyday, people can exer- 
cise their rights through 
demonstration and cam- 
paigns. We take these 
rights for granted, but 
throughout the world, ba- 
sic human rights are con- 
stantly violated. The Ran- 
dolph chapter of Amnesty 
International is part of a 
worldwide organization 
that fights through letters 
and peaceful means for 
people's human rights and 
the safety of those whose 
rights have been violated. 



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Top Row l-r: C. Luke, K. Lam, F. Wong, N. Gull. Second: M. Desai. M. Wong, Bonnie Poon, T. Ngo, K. 
Shazhad. Third: C. Desai, M. Woo, R. Patel, S. Wong, M. Clements. S. Gull. Fourth: N. Patel. C. Chan. S. 
Kuang, A. Morris, C. Chaung. Bottom: C. Hui, M. Luu, K. Truong, H. Tong, ). Mov. R. Patel, J. Glaskin, A. 
Wong. I 

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A.R.T 











Students participating in 
A.R.T., Aesthetic Restora- 
tion Team, devote their 
time to beautifying the 
school. Murals are de- 
signed and painted in vari- 
ous areas of RJSHS. 



Hannigan. M. Debenedeto, D. Lacivita. Second Row: K. Truong^^Kan 
Wilette, T. Patel, R. Ellis, N. Greenstein. Third Row: Ms. Ellis, B. Jacobs, D. Slapak, L. Clark, C. Field, ). 



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Broadcasting 



The Morning Broadcasting 
Team is a group of students 
who devote their time and 
effort as messengers of 
news within Randolph 
High School. It provides a 
forum in which useful and 
necessary information can 
be transmitted daily 
throughout the student and 
faculty population. 




l-r: Mrs. Ellis, R. Ellis, J. Holokole, C. Hannigan, K. Truong, S. Golder, D. La Civita, D. Bertoni. 



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The debate club offers stu- 
dents a chance to express 
themselves in a simulated 
debate. It brings the stu- 
dents to a higher level, pre- 
paring them for the future. 
It was revived by Audie 
Cornish, Chirag Desai, 
Kent Lam, Ravi Patel, and 
Mr. Farrar. 



Debate Club 



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Environmental Club 




The Environmental Club 
pursues an understand- 
ing of the environment 
and the need to protect 
it. Under the direction of 
Ms. Ellis, members at 
RJSHS actively seek solu- 
tions for the pollution oi i 
the air, land, and water. 



-r: C Chaung, H. Ho, K. Truong, C Hannigan, S. Kuang, D. La Civita, S. Colder, B. Poon, R. Ellis, T. Patel, 
[. Diamond. 



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Harvard Model Congress 







Harvard Model Con- 
gress is a government 
simulation which gives 
students a better view of 
how the legislative 
branch works. Students 
assume the role of leg- 
islators and take part in 
debating, drafting bills, 
and passing legislation. 
Participants are required 
to carry out intense re- 
search and expected to 
attend the forums fully 
prepared. Students will 
organize many essential 
skills which will better 
prepare them for the fu- 
ture. 



Top Row l-r: S. Colder, M. Steinhardt, K. Truong, G. Kalergoropoulous. Bottom Row: M. Davidson, D. 
Stein, ). Raymond, A. Shore, J. Abbott. 







International Club 



The International Club (which 
was previously known as the 
Asian Cultural Club), focuses on 
educating students about their 
own respective cultures as well 
as others which consists of a 
myriad of magnificence and 
wonder. The R.I.C. also arranges 
ral field trips such as B.U., B. 
C, Hull Life Saving Museum, 
and Nantasket Beach. Every year 
the International Club organizes 
an Asian Night which provides 
the public with a taste of the 
various cultures. 







|"op Row l-r: D. Harris, C. Penh, T. Le, I). Mateo, W. Chan, K. Lam, A. Tong, T. Lok, F. Wong, R. Lu, N. 
Gull, K. Shazhad. Second Row: W. Mak, C. Penh, T. Nguyen, M. Wong, B. Poon, M. Woo, H. Wong. Third" 
Row: ). Prag, K. Lu, C. Lee, S. Kuang, R. Patel, S. Wong, C. Chaung, T. Ngo. Fourth Row: S. Chu, K. Wong, 
I I <•(-, S. Gull. Fifth Row: M. Wong, K. Ho, S. Au, F. Lam, E. Pin, Ms. McFadden, Ms. Sung, Ms. Albrecht., 1 
Sixth Row: | Ng, G. Ng, ). Frady, M. Lau, W. Lee, M. Lu. Bottom Row: J. Chan, H. Quach, C. Hui, KJ 
Truong, I. Wong. 



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Library Aides at RJSHS play 
an important role in the 
smooth operation of the Li- 
brary Media Center . The 
aides assist peers in finding 
books and other media, as 
well as in using library 
equipment. With the guid- 
ance of library specialists 
Mrs. Hill and Mrs. Murphy, 
students have helped our 
LMC maintain its excellent 
appearance and resour- 
cefulness. 



-r: P. Menelas, L. Zephyr, D. Ducan, C. Chan, S. Kuang. 

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Math Team 






The Randoph Math 
Team emerged with a 
new generation of fresh- 
man and sophomores, 
but their inexperience 
proved to be no prob- 
lem. Under advisors Mr. 
Turner and Ms. DiMas- 





Top Row l-r: W. Chin, C. Hannigan, M. Wong, E. Wong, J. Lee, B. Wong, M. Woo. Second Row: M. Levine, 
S. Golder, ). Prag, S. Kuang, B. Poon, M. Wong, H. Tong, N. Patel. Bottom Row: H. Ho, K. Truong, E. * 
Weiss, C. Hui, M. Kim, C. Luke. . 

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National Honor Society 




Scholarship, leadership, 
service and character: 
these four words describe 
the qualities of members of 
the National Honor Socie- 
ty. Members must exhibit 
scholarship, leadership 
qualities, and community 
and school involvement. 
The Society initated a recy- 
cling project that benefits 
not only RJSHS but the en- 
tire environment as well. 
N.H.S. also collected dona- 
tions of canned food, toys, 
clothes and toiletries for 
DOVE, a program for bat- 
tered women. 



Top Row l-r: B. Jacobs, J. Abbott, P. Fruzzetti, K. Truong, K. Lam, S. Levine. Second Row: N. Cull, C. 
Stanley, K. Capasso, L. Packard, ). Capasso, A. Joseph, A. Leroux-Lindsey, M. Collins. Third Row: K. Wehle, 
C. Woo, I. Aronson. Fourth Row: K. Pertetuo, D. Cately, C. Russell, J. Lampert. Fifth Row: A. Rosa, K. 
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newspaper. 

make the public aware of 
what is happening in our 
school. All the articles 
are written by students 





lop Row |-r: I ) Dreyfus, M. Wong, K. Truong, H. I lo, S. Colder, ). Au-Yeung, C. Hannigan, J. Loo, B. Poon, 
,1 . Wong, V. Cundcri.i. Bottom Row: C. Desai, R. Patel, M. Desai, K. Fiegel, K. Lam, N. Cull, B. Dailey. 



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Office Aides at RJSHS serve 
as a means to aid secre- 
taries in their rigorous job 
of managing the demands 
of office work. Students 
perform varies duties such 
as collating papers or help- 
ing lost peers find their 



Office Aides 





Top Row l-r: C. Field, A. Morris, A. Hunter 
•Gregoire, K. Mulligan, A. Wong. 



Frady, C. Chan. Bottom Row: U. Okereke, J. Kung, N.I 







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Peer Leadership 







Peer Leadership is made up of 
many students who serve as role 
models for seventh and eighth 
grade students. Each peer leader 
is put in a group and assigned to 
teach a junior high class on any 
issues such as, drugs or alcohol. 
They are there for the students 
to ask questions and to talk to if 
they have a problem. Also, an- 
other project the peer leaders 
take part in is putting on a play 
for the school which not only 
teaches a lesson, but also allows 
the students to have some fun 
and get some acting experience. 



p Row l-r: M. Menovich, P. Fruzzetti, B. Dailey, C. Field, A. Morris. Bottom Row: R. Cohen, K. Sullivan, K. 
t'etuo, K. Capasso, L. Packard, N. Lever. 



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Peer mediators train to 
develop special skills to 
help others. Under the 
guidance of Mr. Neiditz 
and Ms. Yearwood, peer 
mediators work to re- 
solve student conflicts 
peacefully. 



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Peer Mediators 




Top Row l-r: ). Gomes, C. Walker, ). Moy, A. Pierre, A. Camerato. Second Row: C. Cheatham, T. 
Underwood, V. Leung, C. Burke, M. Morrell, D. La Civita. Bottom Row: Mr. Neiditz, Ms. Yearwood, ). Prag, 
S. Golder, D. Bertoni, J, Glaskin, A. Phitatre, T. Davenport. 



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Robotics Club 







fop ROM I -r: ( Desai, U (Inn. I Deandrea, K. Lam, D. Chan, R. Patel, M. Desai, M. Woo. Bottom Row: 
M long, C. Hui, S Kuang, K. Truong, M. Wong, P. Chan, C. Chan, B. Wong, L. Lo. 



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The Robotics Club is one of 
the newest additions to 
RJSHS. It offers students the 
opportunity to learn more 
about mechanics and the sci- 
ence of building. Students as- 
semble various machines for 
competition and at the same 
time learn that there are end- 
less possibilities in the world 
of robotics. 







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Every thirty-two seconds, an Ameri- 
can is killed by a drunk driver. The 
members and officers of Students 
Against Drunk Driving (SADD) have 
taken many steps to be sure that 
the RHS students and community 
learn that no party is worth dying 
for, and that drinking and driving is 
a deadly game not to be played. 
Through Contract For Life, Chain of 
Life, Operation Prom Night and 
many other innovate programs and 
displays, we have all become better 
educated. 



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*Top Row: M. Collins, ). Rondon, S. Levine, M. Desai, K. Lam, P. Chan, L. Lo, D. Chan. Second: S. Bonnie, 
M. Clements, C. Hui, S. Kuang, M. Wong. Third Row: H. Tong, B. Poon, K. Truong, C. Woo, A. Rosa, A. 
Joseph, M. Pina. Fourth: M. Dasse, ). Menezes, L. Trull. Fifth : A. Kouropolis, E. Concalves, A. Shore, ]. 
Tuton. Bottom: D. Dreyfus, A. Leroux- Lindsey, A. Morris, D. Stein, I. Aronson, L. Gorman, I. Wong. 









Student Alliance 







\p Row I- 
jiteau, S 
Irceraro 



r: S. Brenner, K. Laut, R. Troupe, M. Dasse, K. Holly. Second Row: M. Desai, K. Truong, C. 
Bonny, K. Lam, A. Shore, J. Gibosse, A. Morris, A. Kouropolis, E. Ojastro, O. Ojastro, A. 



S.A.A.R is about mediating and 
trying to better our school 
community. The Students' Alli- 
ance is composed of diverse 
students who would like to 
stop the violence and racism 
that occurs in our community 
and among the students. 
Every year, the club runs a 
multicultural fair, which is 
open to everyone in the 
school. The fair allows stu- 
dents to share their cultures' 
similarities and differences, 
and learn to appreciate what 
makes each unique. 



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Student Council 



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•Top Row l-r: M. MacCregor, |. Warren, M. Sullivan, P. Fruzzetti, N. Cregoire, S. Chan, J. Barkley. Second Row: 
|B. Jacobs, L. Packard, J. Capasso, S. Hunter. Third Row: N. Chavez, D. Culko, M. Collins, K. Pertetuo, J. 
[Menezes, L. Trull, R. Patel, C. Chaung. Fourth Row: M. McCrae, P. Mazzeo, K. Capasso, M. Clements, C. 
fStanlev, C. Hannigan, T. Field. Fifth Row: S. Clapp, M. Concalvez, T. Dobbins, R. Cohen, K. Figiel, S. Golder,* 
K. U ehle. A. Pali, Mr. Powell. Sixth Row : S. Gull, J. Rondon, K. Sullivan, C. Field, L.GIaskin J. Kung, V. Leung, ).* 
[Brodil. Bottom Row: J. Feldman, M. Morell, K. Truong, S. Guv, and M. Steinhardt. 



Student Council is composed 
of many hardworking and 
dedicated students who have 
participated in many activities 
and conventions. We visit the 
elementary schools, Christ- 
mas carol at the town nursing 
homes, host blood drives, 
paint the bathrooms, and take 
part in many other projects 
we feel will better the school 
or community. Of course, we 
owe much of our success and 
learning to our advisor, Mr. 
Powell, who is not only an 
advisor, but also a friend who 
always provides us with ad- 
vice and ideas. 



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Student School 
Committee 



RJSHS. The members 
of the committee meet 
monthly to discuss 
ideas for improving 
the school. These stu- 
dents also ensure that 
our rights and best in- 
terests are protected. 




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-r: M. Steinhardt, ). Kung, C. Stanley, S. Hunter, S. Golder. 







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Concert Band 



ie Kanaoipn concei 
Band gained nearly 25 
new members this year 
and showed off its new 
size and bigger sound at 
the annual Winter Con- 
cert. More importantly, 
the Band made an 
award-winning perfor- 
mance at its Music Fes- 
tivals competition in 





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Top Row l-r: C. Murphy, M. Levine, S. Brenner, K. Lant, D. Oksman, N. Creenstein, R. Joyner, C. Lant R. 

*Robinson, M. Menovicn, D. Schoenig, D. Slapak, R. Ellis. Second Row: B. Das, N. Lamothe, S. Klotz, C.j 

Lewis, D. Bay, G. Lamothe, M. Kim, ). Campbell, J. Labrocque, S. Bonnie. Third Row: J. Loomm, J. Israeli, 

M. Morell, M. Crittendon, A. Hunter, M. Brown, A. Paul, J. Morris, K. Dailey, R. Singh. Bottom Row: K. 

» Wilezynski, A. Carter, M. Bournstein, E. Weiss, M. Peterson, A. Cornish, V. Leung, K. Diamond, J. Hunter, 

•• ^L. Christmas, V. Carter, C. Campbell, C. Cornish. 



Girls' A Capella 




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The Girls' A Capella con- 
sists of a group of young 
ladies who meet once a 
week. They sing in three 
part harmony in which 
the human voice be- 
comes the instrument. 



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After earning a place in the 
state competition, the Ran- 
dolph High Jazz Band 
came back this year with a 
new energy that wowed its 
audience. This was also 



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Top Row l-r: S. Brenner, N. Lamothe, C Laut, M. Monell, K. Figiel, C. Campbell. Second Row: D. Schoenig, 
A. Carter, V. Carter, D. Okaman, R, Singh, D. Mofford, M. Levine. Bottom Row: R. Ellis, M. Menovich, C. 
Laut, K. Molzinshy, D. Slapak. 



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Marching Band 



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lop Row l-r: K 
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Diamond, R. Joyner, ). I l.irris, J. Johns, S. Brenner, K. Durand, M. Levine, S. Klotx, K. Daley, 
cond Row: S. Dass, R. Robinson, N. Greenstein, R. Lllis, E. Weiss, S. Hunter, E. Chalein, D. 
Row: A. ( ,irtr r , (.. Laut, F. Gallagher, M. Menovich, V. Carter, K. Schwartz, B. Daas, D. 
Bottom Row: A. f Ornish. 



The Blue Devils Pep Band en- 
joyed another season devot-j 
ed to football. The Blue De-i 
; ignited the crowd withi 
the "Hustle" and "I Like to 
Move It." The band also en- 
joyed an above average rat- 
ing at the Abington Jambo- 
ree, with senior student 
conductor Audie Cornish 
earning top honors. Together 
with assistant student con- 
ductor Vivienne Carter, the 
Blue Devil's delighted the 
crowd and became a true ad- 
dition to the game. 



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Select Chorus 



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The Select Chorus at 
Randolph Jr./Sr. High 
School represents 
some of the best and 
most talented vocal 
students the school 
has to offer. They are a 
diverse group which 
contributes to the stu- 
dents' appreciation of 
music. 






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Top Row l-r: R. Pazyra, K. Diamond, ). Johns, ). Lewis, T. Pacheco, J. Lewis, M. Collins, D. Gomes, L. Nankin, M. Dubois, J., 
Marceline, C. Hannigan, R. Robinson, S. Brenner, C. Walker, J. Lopez, M. Foley, A. Johns, A. Klotz, K. Levinson, R. Hayes, K.' 
Amaral, P. Dailey, A. Koresidis, K. Glass, K. Graziano. Second Row: A. Latham, S. Banerjee, N. Willette, T. Drew, D. Bertonni, V. ' 
Carter, N. Lamothe, A. Morris, R. Joyner, K. Truong, J. Bryce, S. Hunter, E. Tang, D. LaCivita, S. Bonnie, J. Carson, V. Kuipers, R.l 
Warren, R. Karaufas, E. Fabian, Q. Cortiz, C. Cheatem, D. Guara, S. Costello. Third Row: P. Desrose, T. Beato, S. Guy, L. Laroche, 
K. Laycob, D. Schuster, R. Rossi, M. Menovich, S. Klotz, J. Barkley, |. Kwan, K. Durand, N. Greenstein, M. Clemens, C. Stanley, A.I 
Cortez, I. Aronson, L. Gorman, W. Lewis. Bottom Row: L. Christmas, A. Toussaint, K. Truong, P. Vo, C. Cornish, K. Schwartz, C.I 
Vu, C. Chaung, J. Hunter, C. Campbell, A. Hunter, F. Gallagher, D. Brenner, L. Cooks, Mrs. Dandeneau, J. Campbell, R. Ellis, C. 
Burke, I. Palley, J. Glaskin, A. Dacamara, A. Leroux-Lindsey, I. Wood, V. Hugo, ). Baldi, J. McCall, S. Menard, A. Cornish. 



Show Choir 











time with "Gershwin." 
The Gershwin show 
included hits like "I've 
Got Rhythm," a tune 
which showcased the 
talents of the Show 
Choir members at this 
year's competition. 



Row l-r: S. Klotz, R. Robinson, N. Greenstein, R. Ellis, R. Joyner, S. Brenner, A. Johns, C. Campbell, S. 
Iniger, C. Chaung. Second Row: D. Oksman, D. Brenner, F. Gallagher, K. Durand, M. Morrellym M. 
lnovich, V. Carter, K. Diamond, J. Johns, A. Aronson. Bottom Row: C. Laut. 



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Theatre Guild 




The main purposes of 
the Theatre Guild are to 
pass the passion of the- 
atre on and to teach all 
aspects of the theatre. 
Each production de- 
mands rigorous atten- 
tion to auditioning, set 
designing and construc- 
tion, painting lighting, 
stage managing and 
performing. 



Top l-r: N. Patel, M. Wolf. K. Wehle, E. Weiss, A. Shore, M. Clements, A. Shore, J. Karson, D. Patel, H. Ho 

K. Schwartz, K. Truong, F. Gallagher 
Bottom: N. Lamothe, K. Truong, 




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Oracle 






The Oracle staff dedicated 
many long and stressful hours 
to the creation of the 1997 
yearbook. Trying to capture 
the essence of the class of 
1997, the editors focused on 
the many faces of our diverse 
and potential class. The possi- 
bility of this yearbook is 
achieved moreover by the 
support of the business man- 
ager, the general staff, and 
advisor Mrs. Chui. 




First Row: K. Truong, P. Fruzzetti, S. Zaiter. Second Row: M. Woo, L. Lo, D. Chan, B. Wong, L. Packard, 
Capasso, K. Perfetuo. Third Row: N. Gull, C. Chan, A. Joseph, A. Morris, K. Lam, A. Rosa, K. Sullivan, 
Holland. Bottom Row: A. Wong. 



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^he Class of 1997 is a diverse group of independent individuals with 
■■ different sensibilities. The lack of hesitation to voice opinions and the 
acceptance of challenges exemplify the splendor of our class. Knowing that 
everyone has his or her own idea of what a yearbook should be, the oracle 
staff and I incorporated as many helpful suggestions as possible. We 
struggled to select a theme reflective of the entire class. 
Trying to carry out the spirit of the class, we spent countless hours of 
meticulous work on each of the one hundred and thirty-six pages of the 
Oracle to provide vivid images of the essence of the Class of 1 997. 

Some of you may find this extraordinary and some may think, "Why 
didn't she just put some more pictures on this page?" Nevertheless, I hope 
that "Out to Change the World" provides as much of an adventure for 
everyone else as it has for me. 

— The Editor-in-Chief 



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To Tricia, Lori, Jenn, Kyla, Holyoke (our Junior) - Never forget the "Aftershock" experience! I love you guys! 
— Kristin 

Karen: Thanks for always being there. You're the sister I've never had! Good luck with everything. — Love Sandra 

Hey Everyone! Good luck in the future. Thanks mom, dad, Chris, Kevin but especially Brian! I love you! — Sandra 

Sandra - We've been through a lot, good and bad. Thanks for EVERYTHING! I wouldn't have made it without you. 
Love, Karen 

Bye, Everyone! SP, RC, CW, SB, NL, AR, DG, Ali R. Thanks Mom, Mike, Dad and Frank. I love you! — Karen 

KC, RC, TD, NG, KP, LP, EC, LM, KH, PM, KM: I love you guys. Good luck and always remember to beware the RED 
SWEATER! — JC 

To the Oracle staff: Each page of this yearbook reveals hours of time spent in tedious, devoted endeavor. 
Congratulations! — Mrs. Chui 

Congratulations and Much Success to the Class of '97! — Mrs. Brodeur 

Enjoy all your lives! — Mr. Nelson 

PTCane: I love you both as sisters. We will always remain close no matter what. — All my love, Nancy 

Best wishes to the class of 1997 — Mrs. McFadden 

Make the best contributions in the next century — Mr. O'Brien 

Best wishes to the class of 1997 — Miss Young 

To all my friends and especially my Mom, Dad, and Jill, thank you for everything, I love you — Ali 

I wish you could see me graduate but, I know you will be watching me from above. I love you and miss you always. 
Love Nicole 

Always remember the good times - NH, the res., skip days, Miller, football games, the 50 yd. line, and more. 

I pray that you experience physical, mental, and spiritual health while traveling along your chosen path. Enjoy the 
journey. — Ms. Wachsman 

Remember your past as a stepping stone to a new exciting future. " To everything there is a season." — Ms. Ellis 

Best of luck to the Class of '97. —Mr. Pirrera 

The future is yours. — Ms. Campbell 

Class of '97, you deserve the very best the world has to offer. Go for it and make it yours! — Mr. Valente 

Bonne chance a la classe de 1997. — Mme Skelly 

Muy buena suerte y recuerdos de nuestra clase de espanol. — Senora Tower 

Best wishes to the Class of '97. — Diane Murphy 83 



Football 





Top l-r: Coach Branch, Coach Tardiff, A. Kutchmanich, M. Kutchmanich, C. Murphy, R. Abelard, S. O'Brien, D. Muff, 

B. Leslie, A. Loshad, A. Ahmed, L. Nwokocha, C. Thomas, Coach Perkins, Coach Walsh. 

Middle: F. Cherry, |. Frady, A. Topham, M. MacCregor, P. Clapp, M. Warren, R. Graham, |. Warren, P. Schwartz, 

). Warren, K. Calixte, N. Mazares, S. Waite, ). McBride. 

Bottom: S. Sharma, ). Castillo, A. Bryce, C. Flucas, S. Sullivan, B. Dailey, ). Healey, B. Skolnick, B. Bagga, 

D. Lampert, M. Davidson, |. Funches, M. Trelles. 




Billy Baga and Sunil Sharma enjoy a pre- 
game warmup. 



Steve Waite runs back the kick. 





Great tackle by Tom Lok and Steve Waite. 



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The Randolph Blue Devils had a great season this year, 
finishing with an 8-2 record. The Warren trio and the 
Kutchmanich brothers gave the team a strong base. 
This year's seniors finished the season strong with a 40- 
6 win over Atlantic Coast League rival Rockland. The 
Devils definitely provided some great sports moments 
this season. 



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M,tr( frHl.is (alls the huddle 








The Kutches are ready to win. 



The Devils get fired up before the game. 




Nick Mazares and Ahmed Ahmed get in on the action 



GO, BLUE DEVILS! 



Jeff Warren drops 



Honey, I'm coming home! 








'Come on boys, we can do it. 



Coach Branch, Coach Walsh, Cpt. Mike Kutchmanich, Cpl. letf Warren, Coach Perkins, and Coach Tardiff. 

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Cheerleading 




Top l-r: S. Freitas, H. Morse, M. Collins, T. Holland, M. McRae, S. Glapp, L. Luong. 

Middle: A. Dacamara, K. Perfetuo, S. Beagle, K. Sullivan, K. Mulligan, K. Capasso. 

Bottom: A. Leroux-Lindsey, J. Rondon, T. Dobbins, L. Packard, B. Motford. 







Pop Cradle. 




Go Devils!!! 





Smile Juliet. 



Dan< c it up girls 



The 1 996-1 997 football season was a very exciting one 
which gave the varsity cheerleaders plenty to cheer 
about. Under the leadership of captains Lori Packard, 
Tricia Dobbins, and Jessica Rondon, the squad perfec- 
ted impressive new stunts and routines. Congratula- 
tions on second place at the Homecoming Parade! 



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Top l-r: E. Schriber, J. Malcolm, M. Collins, E. Abel, B. Mofford. 

Middle: J. Raymond, S. Clapp, L. Nankin, A. Dacamara. 

Bottom: J. Rondon, S. Beagle, K. Mulligan. 




All smiles and a perfect stunt. 




Cheerleaders show spirit from the sidelines. 




Great catch! 



Go, Devils, 
Go! 




Lori, on top of the world. 






Boys' Soccer 



The Randolph High School Boys' Soccer 
team completed in the strongest league in 
the state. Competing against competent 
teams, the young team had a tough season. 
The seniors, James Fallon, Rich Orpen, Matt 
Brown, Pierrot Massenat, really stepped up 
and kept the team competitive. There is also 
a young nucleus of players that will be suc- 
cessful in the future. 




Brian Carol sets up tor the shot. 





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Team members include Pierrot Mas- 
senat, Capt., Richi Orpen, Capt., 
James Fallon, Capt., Matt Brown, Gili- 
bert Casimir, Carlos Monteiro, 
Peter Christian, Mike Blanchard, Dan 
Culko, Danny Ng, Carlo Virgirl 



Randolph Home Came 



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Girls' Soccer 




Top 1-r: Coach L. Mayer, R. Warren, M. Bryant, A. Bryant, L. Nankin, S. Bonnie, A. Coutorrizo, W. Lewis, A. 
Fernandez, E. Meglio, J. Warren, M. Coach. Bottom: R. Rogers, C. Monterez, S. Gonzalez, E. Pally, T. 
Docanto, B. Mullen, F. Teshome, E. Furlong, L. Meglio, R. Rogers. 



For the first time in eight 
years, the Randolph Varsity 
Girls' Soccer Team won 
their first league game. 
They beat Middleboro 
twice, 6-1 and 2-1. The 
girls kept their heads up 
and played hard all season. 
In the end, the Devils' re- 
cord was 2-1 5-1 . Freshman 
Eve Meglio was the leading 
goal scorer with fourteen 
goals and two assists. Sen- 
ior Captain Lindsey Meglio 
and junior Captain Rebec- 
ca Rogers made the Atlan- 
tic Coast All-Star team. 




Breakaway! Someone stop her. 



Watch out behind you! 



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Uh . . . what are you girls kicking? The ball's back there! 




Boys' Cross-Country Track 




Top l-r Coach Powell, S. Hunter, T. Geary, ). Lee, P. Fruzzetti, N. Witmer 

Middle: ). Keough, D. Tardanico, T. Murphv, M. Waiting, R. Sawyer 

Bottom: D. Gearv, |. Burke, B. Lee. R. Trull, S. McGurrk 




Is that as tar as \ou can go, Pat? 





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HPhe Boys' Cross-country Team consisted of many 
-■ young members this year who show a promising 
future with their 3-6 record. The team was led by senior 
captain Pat Fruzzetti who was an ACL All-Star. Coach 
Garrett Powell was very pleased with the team's success, 
considering the small number of senior high runners. 
Congratulations on a great season! 



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Girls' Cross-Country Track 




Top l-r: Coach Powell, Y. David, D. Comes, L. Gorman, L. Trull, C. Stanley, M. Chapman 
Bottom C. Penh, J. Hunter, N. Leroux-Lindsey, C. Doherty 



7Vie Girls' Cross-country team 
was very small this year, but it 
still had a 2-7 record. The team 
was led by junior captain Laura 
Trull who was an ACL All-Star 
and a top ten finisher at the All 
State Meet. The girls will defi- 
nitely be among one of the top 
teams in the league next year. 
Good luck in the future! 




Laura leads the pack. 





Randolph girls warm up before the race. 





ulia after a tough race 



Denise heads tor the finish. 



Coach Powell gives out the times 



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Swimming 




Top l-r: J. Kung, E. Cooper, D. Catelv. R. Cohen, K. Wehle. 
Middle: D. Murray, C. Lee, B. Poon, ). Wehle, A. Coft'man, S.Cately, E. Razowitz, K. Glass, K. Dever, C. Donovan 

K. Mitchell, E. Kelleher. 
Bottom: E. Mellon, R. Lampert, C. Lee, H. Wynot, J. Tarr, C. Murphy, C. Simmons. 




Rachel focusing before her meet. 




J. Kung, K. Wehle 




Starting out with a young team was difficult, but the 
swim team improved throughout the season. Cap- 
tain Danielle Gately kept up team morale and hel- 
ped end the successful season with a third place 
finish in the league. Best wishes, swimmers! 



Going for the gold. 





K. Wehle, D. Gately, R. Cohen, E. Cooper 



Taking a dive. 



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Take a deep breath, Rachel. 



1, 2, 3, dive! 





Capt. D. Gately 



Capt. E. Cooper going tor a dive. 




Senior swimmers 




Wehle in the water. 



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Powder Puff 




Top l-r: T. Best, B. Leslie, A. Kutchmanich, A. Ahmed, M. Kutchmanich. Second: R. Ciardi, A. Cornish, A. Robson, D. 
Harris. R. Graham, A. Nuccio, T. Holland. Third: A. Morris, K. Parrell, K. Sullivan, K. Perferuo, L. Packard, K. Mulligan, T. 
Dobbins, D. Catelv. Fourth: A. Rosa, C. Woo, ). Lampert, E. Cooper, J. Capasso, N. Lever, H. Morse. Bottom: L. Meglio, 
K. Capasso, K. Wehle. 





Brian gives Audie a pep talk 



Kristen M., Kate, Kristin W., Cinck 
Jessica, and Andrea. 




This year's senior Powderpuff team was one that will always 
be remembered. The class of 1997's team finished with an 
undefeated record (2-0), the only team that has accom- 
plished this task. The practices of hills, running and that great 
fumble drill paid off. The class of 1997 won by Kristin 
Capasso's reverse touchdown run despite four senior touch- 
downs being called back. 




Audie, Andrea, Kristen, Heidi, Jenn, Lori, and Tricia. 





Co Seniors, on three. 




Both Kristens enjoy the senior victory. 




Smile girls! 



"There she is, get her!" 



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Boys' Basketball 




Top l-r: B. Cetrone, ). Fortes, J. Langston, D. Duncan, J. Fallon, B. Callahan, Coach Wilks. 
Bottom: ). Castinada, C. Montiero, S. Waite, J. Warren, A. Brice. 




Steve Waite dribbles to the hoop. 



Anthony Brice takes a shot. 



Coach Wilks gives Steve a few pointers. 




After going 10-11 last year with a relatively young 
team, the varsity boys' basketball team had high 
expectations. We returned four starters and an At- 
lantic Coast All Star. This year's Devils were led by 
tri-captains Bob Callahan, Brian Cetrone, and Steve 
Waite. A very competitive league left the Devils with 
a disappointing 3-6 start after the first half of the 
season, but they bounced back in the second half of 
the season on path to the state tournament. 






B ' etrone, J. Langston, J. Warren, J. fortes, S. Waite 



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It's my ball. It's all mine. 



Duncan for 3. 



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doing the "Do-Si-Do" 



"I believe I can fly. 



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Girls' Basketball 




Top l-r: J. Lewis. A. Brvan, D. Comes, S. Levine, I. Mitchell, J. Leitao, M. MeCormick. Coach Tardift 
Bottom: A. Fernandes, A. Robson, A. Cornish, C. Woo, S. Bonny 




Captains l-r: C. Woo, A. Cornish, A. Robson 




Amy Robson snatches the ball. 




Hey Annie, Jade's open 




The Girls' Basketball Team started oft slowly with only 
one win in its first eleven games. However, the Lady 
Devils later improved in the standings with help from 
eigth grader Jade Leitas, freshman Jessica Lewis, juniors 
Indya Mitchel, Stephanie Bonny, and Lil Bryan, and 
senior co-captains Cindy Woo and Audie Cornish. 



Alison Bryan dribbles away from a defender. 



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Don't just stand there, Amy, go get it! 






He\ . pass it to me sometime today! 




McCormick takes a shot. 



Audie, shootin' the jay! 



Someone grab that ball. 




We all need a miracle! 





Should I shoot it? 



Audie with the prayer. 

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Hockey 




Top l-r: Asst. Coach T. Dobbins, Asst. Coach D. McNeil, C. Pasquintonio, S. Saleriate, R. Moore, M. Rosen, R. 
Oultle, M Robles, M. McSvveenev, D. Sarano, M. Dimagio, B. Das, C. Sproules, Coach B. Yandle. 
Bottom: M. DeGrechie, M. Hunt, T. Sproules, C. Slapak, A. Phinney, D. DiMuzio, R. Patel, J. McBride. 



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Although the Blue Devil Hockey team came short of a 
winning season record, the team should be applauded for 
its outstanding performances in its games each week. 
Their losses were due to the young team's lack of experi- 
ence, but look for them to tear up the ice next year as 
they develop their skills and unleash their potential. 



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Get over here! 



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Randolph shields the puck. 



Ravi Patel shows his skills. 



Slapshot! 



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Gymnastics 







Top l-r: B. Joseph, M. Barbosa, L. Strazzulla, A. Leroux-Lindsey, T. Maple, C. Strazzulla, M. Bryant, J. Menezes. 
Bottom: R. Hypolite, C. Monteiro, L. Packard, K. Capasso, J. Capasso, A. Hunter, ). Ferragamo. 




Jennifer vaults into 1997. 



A great landing for Juliet 



Angela swings on the parallel bars. 




Waiting to impress the < om petition 



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The Girls' Gymnastics Team had another great season 
this year. Led by senior co-captains Kristin and Jennifer 
Capasso and State Ail-Around Champion Lea Strazzul- 
la, the team captured their fourth consecutive Pilgrim 
Conference League Championship. The girls also set a 
new school record en route to placing second in the 
South Sectional Championship held in Northborough. 
Key contributors to this impressive season include Lori 
Packard, Angela Hunter, Juliet Menezes, Angela Ler- 
oux-Lindsey, Tracy Maple, Carey Strazzulla, Mario Bry- 
ant, and Jillian Ferragamo. 




Kristin Capasso leaps along the balance beam. 




Chalk it up to excellence! 



Perpetual motion! 




Angela prepares for a Randolph win. 




Senioirs Angela, Jennifer , Kristin, and Lori show their team spirit. 




Jennifer, Juliet, and Lea smile for the camera. 




A great team will miss the seniors 



Wrestling 




M. Kutchmanich, A. Kutchmanich, T. Lok, A. Ahmed, A. Topham, Coach Sullivan, and Coach Azer. 




Ahmed tights to win. 






7th grader, Scott Morse. 



Clash of the Titans. 



This year, the Randolph Wrestling team continued 
to bring pride to Randolph Jr./Sr. High School. The 
team had success in the tournaments despite the 
lack of wrestlers. Captains Ahmed Ahmed and An- 
drew Topham were Framingham tournament cham- 
pions. Captain Tommy Lok and seniors Anthony and 
Michael Kutchmanich were also strong competitors 
and contributed to the team's success. 



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Who's the man? 



Tom Lok, about to make a move. 





Ceep fighting Topham! That elbow has to go. 



Winning in Blue Devil style. 





No match for Captain Lok. 



I hope you like the taste of that mat. 





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Boys' Winter Track 




Top l-r: Coach Powell, B. Goff, T. Geary, A. Pierce, D. Harris, P. Fruzzetti, B. Dailey, R. Graham, J. Warren, 
M. Warren, J. Lian, J. Lee, K. Powell, Coach Walsh, E. Yang, M. Levine, Coach Carroll. 
Middle: K. Gonsales, M. DiBennidetto, N. Witmer, T. Field, W. Mac, S. Hunter, M. Pederson, D. Monterio, D. Nj 

Murphy, E. Chapman, T. Mao 
Bottom: J. Singer, M. Pearlman, M. O'Brien, A. Wong, J. Spheraza, B. Lok, P. Sullivan, R. Trull, B. Lee. 





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This year's Boys' Winter Track season was 
quite successful. With many young, talent- 
ed individuals, the team, led by co-captains 
Pat Fruzzetti and Matt Warren, finished 
with another winning season. Congratula- 
tions on a great year! 



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A little tighter please! 




...and they're off! 




Today, Randolph. Tomorrow, the world! 




Harris launches. 




No, I saw it first! 





Hi, Mom. 



Houston, we have a take off... 



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Girls' Winter Track 



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Top l-r: K. Sullivan, Coach Walsh, R. Rosen, J. Moreira, ). Pacheco, R. Karofous, V. Hogu, T. Dobbins, Coach Powell. 
Bottom: S. Refuse, J. Viera, J. Loo, L. Gorman, L. Trull, W. Louis. 





You can open your eyes now Kate, you're beating them. 



Junior sensation, Captain Trull. 




>|| m.ikcs final changes before the meet. 



The Girls' Winter Track team was young and small in number, 
but gave competitors a "run" for their money. Captain Kate 
Sullivan hurdled her way to a new league record and Captain 
Laura Trull again proved strong in the distance races. Both led 
the team to close meets with their event wins, garnering all-star, 
scholastic, and state meet candidacy. Other team scorers in- 
clude Heidi Morse, Linda Gorman, Wileen Wilkda, Tricia Dob- 
bins, Colleen Veira, and Jessica Veira. The dedication and time 
of coaches Mr. Powell, Mr. Walsh, and Mr. Karoul were much 
appreciated. Thank you, everyone, for a good year. 



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Laura Trull runs in a comfortable lead. 



Young runners are enjoying a run, too. 





Linda Gorman starting the 600 yard run. 



J. Loo keeps the track in place. 



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Pat running as a freshman 



Adam Pierce 



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And only now do I realize 

The secrets I've kept 

I rue and regret 

The words never said 

But now that you've left me 

The you that belongs 

The days seem so long 

And the nights even longer 

How I cherish the days 

The days of us all 

From the anger and laughter 

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Remembering the past 

Remembering you. 

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Mr. Clark's physiology class 



Star Trek: The Next Generation 



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ile a book is but pages held within a cover, we hope that the Oracle is 
something more to you. While it cannot capture dreams and memories, 
a yearbook serves as a reminder of time when we began to take our 
steps along the way to changing the world. 



The yearbook was a great success. I loved being the Business Manager and photographer. Senior 
year was most enjoyable and I know we will have a book full of memories to cherish. 

Allison Rosa 



As Sports Editor, I tried to capture all of the best moments in athletics. Randolph produced some of 
the greatest athletes and the memories they created will be etched in stone forever. 
Hope to see you at our reunions! 

Kate Sullivan 



High school is over now, but will never be forgotten. I hope that this yearbook will help keep the 
memories alive for years to come. I know that I shall remember each and every one of you and I can 
only hope that you will remember me. Until next time : . . 

Samir Zaiter 



The Oracle was a most worthy and rewarding undertaking. Though high school is a thing of the 
past, our memories will not be forgotten. I hope this book will be a reminder of our precious 
moments and the time we spent — six years, mind you — in Randolph High. Thank you for a great 
senior year and good luck with the future. 

Maybelle Woo 



I would like to give thanks to my family and friends for their love and support, my overworked 
teachers and advisors for their knowledge, and my cohorts on the yearbook staff for their hard 
work. You are an incredible bunch. To our class, I wish us all a brilliant future. Life will treat us kind. 
Keep in touch. 

Kevin Truong 



The hours and dedication spent on the yearbook have been the utmost pleasant yet exasperating 
time this year. I enjoyed every minute of it and would like to thank everyone for their hard work. 
Extending my deepest regards, I hope all the members of the Class of 1997 will take their potential 
and drive forth to a positive direction. 

Amanda Wong 



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